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The Lancet journals: World TB Day media alert (post with simple image)

For World TB Day 2014, The Lancet group publishes a Series of papers to highlight the need for global collaboration to diagnose, treat, and cure people with tuberculosis.

Global epidemic of diabetes threatens to jeopardise further progress in tuberculosis control (post with simple image)

A Series of three papers in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology examines the intersection between TB and diabetes from several angles, and outlines strategies that will be key to managing and ultimately reducing this dual disease burden.

Health experts: Perfect storm of diabetes and tuberculosis must be headed off (post with simple image)

Report targeting policymakers released at 45th World Conference on Lung Health.

Facing down the TB-diabetes co-epidemic (post with simple image)

At last week’s 45th World Conference on Lung Health in Barcelona, Spain, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and World Diabetes Foundation jointly issued a call to action against a global co-epidemic of diabetes mellitus and tuberculosis.

Team lands NIH funds to examine tuberculosis and metabolism (post with simple image)

A team from Colorado State University will play a crucial role in a new project funded by the National Institutes of Health to examine factors that make people susceptible to the bacterium that causes tuberculosis and to discover new treatment strategies.

Health officials urge action against TB and diabetes (post with simple image)

Bali summit marks first major effort to mount defense against looming co-epidemic. 

Indonesian government signs historic Bali Declaration targeting looming co-epidemic of TB and diabetes (post with simple image)

The Bali Declaration unites more than 100 global health officials and experts behind a global campaign to fight the twin scourge of TB and diabetes. New data show 1 in 4 people with TB also have diabetes in hot spots in India.

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